Guests and Topics for October 14

Here's what is on tap for Friday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Does passage of Iraq's proposed constitution guarantee that democracy will flourish? We'll ask Carole Basri, former Coalition Provisional Authority adviser.

Plus, most sitcoms us sex, lies and roommates to get the laughs. But that's not the case for "Pastor Greg" the first Christian sitcom. Who knew a church picnic could be so funny? Greg Robbins, creator and star of "Pastor Greg."

Then, we'll get a preview of the hottest new electronic gadgets for the digital age from Rob Bernstein, deputy editor of Sync magazine.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Saturday is a historic day as Iraqis vote on their draft constitution. How will this affect the surrounding regions? We'll ask Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.

Plus, how is voter security being handled in Iraq? We'll get insight from Van Hipp, former deputy assistant secretary of the Army.

The CIA leak investigation continues with the president's deputy chief of staff, Karl Rove (search), making his fourth grand jury appearance on Friday. Could all of this lead to an indictment for Rove? We'll ask Michael Isikoff, Newsweek investigative correspondent.

Plus, important medical news for children has just been released. FOX News contributor Dr. Manny Alvarez explains why it's information every parent should know.

Then, what happens when a New York teen gets into a fight with a 527-pound fish? We'll get the results from John Padden Jr. and his father, John.

And, a special goodbye to a very special person!

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